PNS Daily Newscast - November 12, 2019 

Former President Carter in the hospital; bracing for an arctic blast; politics show up for Veterans Day; trade and politics impact Wisconsin farmers; and a clever dog learns to talk some.

2020Talks - November 12, 2019 

65 years ago today, the federal government shut down Ellis Island, and the Supreme Court hears landmark case DACA; plus, former MA Gov. Deval Patrick might enter the Democratic primary race.

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Archive: June 7, 2010

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - While it's only been just over two months since the Health Care Reform Act was signed into law by President Barack Obama, one father in Tennessee still isn't breathing easy. Tennessee is in the top ten states for individual bankruptcies, and throughout the country, many bankrupt ...Read More

BOSTON - As the Bay State enters its third year of budget woes brought on by the national recession and declining state revenue, a close look at the proposed budget for 2011 suggests that for K through 12 schools in the state the ride could get even bumpier. That's according to Tom Scott, executive ...Read More

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - They call the project "Feed the 'Hood," but the latest community garden to start up in Albuquerque's International District this summer is about more than just growing a few vegetables. The garden on Wellesley and Ross is collectively run by the community on city-owned land. Orga ...Read More

MINNEAPOLIS - As the country grapples with its dependence on foreign oil, eyes are turning increasingly to alternative fuels. Minnesota is considered an energy leader, having been one of the first states to adopt bio diesel mandates. John Hausladen, president of the Minnesota Trucking Association, ...Read More

ST. PAUL, Minn. - Cycling advocates in Minnesota and across the nation tout pedal-power as a great way to save resources and get healthier. Currently, more than 10,000 people in the Twin Cities cycle to work each day, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation. Minnesota leads the natio ...Read More

COLUMBUS, Ohio - It's a tough economy for Ohio's future middle class, as the deep recession combines with decades of declining opportunity and security. According to a new report from Policy Matters Ohio, just as they should be getting started, young adults face high education costs, lower wages and ...Read More

PHOENIX, Ariz. - The summer heat can be a killer. But help is available for low-income Arizonans struggling to pay cooling costs: lower power rates, subsidies and weatherization assistance. Arizona Community Action Association director Cynthia Zwick says helping families with their power bills can ...Read More

ALBANY, N.Y. - With just weeks to go in the New York legislative session, it is now up to the Assembly to decide whether utility companies such as National Grid must pay service workers a prevailing wage. Currently, those companies are exempt from the state's prevailing-wage law, which requires comp ...Read More

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